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    FL_Seagull
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    204933 is the correct alternative part.

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  • H80N
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    Originally posted by migweldermike View Post
    i contacted miller and they gave me the new part # thank you
    What number did they give you........??...

    the ones I posted were electrically equiv but may mount diffrently.

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  • migweldermike
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    i contacted miller and they gave me the new part # thank you

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  • H80N
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    If it were mine.... I would sub in caps from newer Sync 250 ....#096761 Cap Mica .002 uF @ 10KV

    same specs is Miller PN #204933

    http://www.brweldingsupplies.com/mil...0-v-panel-mtg/



    PN # 162949

    http://www.brweldingsupplies.com/mil...0000-v-pc-mtg/

    H80N
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    Last edited by H80N; 09-26-2016, 10:43 PM.

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  • H80N
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    Originally posted by ryanjones2150 View Post
    If you call Miller, they may have an updated part number that replaces that old one. Going through that now with relays and they sure enough had new parts to replace the old ones.
    XCELLENT Thought..................

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  • ryanjones2150
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    If you call Miller, they may have an updated part number that replaces that old one. Going through that now with relays and they sure enough had new parts to replace the old ones.

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  • H80N
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    Originally posted by migweldermike View Post
    i think i need the mica car 031 602 but when i put that part # in miller parts for less it comes up with washer
    I would check with Newark Electronics..... cross the specs.... "Mica Capacitor .002 uF @ 6000 volts"

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  • migweldermike
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    yes that is the right manul i was looking at the wrong cap i need 031 602

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  • migweldermike
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    i think i need the mica car 031 602 but when i put that part # in miller parts for less it comes up with washer

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  • migweldermike
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    i think i am looking at the wrong cap

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  • H80N
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    Originally posted by migweldermike View Post
    my serial # is JB481814 and they are oil filled
    this is the manual I come up with... does it look correct...???

    https://www.millerwelds.com/files/ow.../O340H_MIL.pdf

    are there values printed on the capacitor cans...??

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  • migweldermike
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    my serial # is JB481814 and they are oil filled

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  • H80N
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    Originally posted by H80N View Post
    Try looking here...........

    See Page 39 of this PDF.... HF Assy Item #208.... looks like what you are looking for....

    https://www.millerwelds.com/files/ow.../O340C_MIL.pdf
    Are you sure that you are not looking for these caps.for the HF Assy.???

    031602 "Mica Capacitor .002 uF @ 6000 volts"

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  • H80N
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    Originally posted by migweldermike View Post
    i am trying to find the capacitor part #059417 but they tell me they don't make it any more any idea where i can find 2 of them
    Could you pls post your welder serial number...??

    is this an oil filled or mica cap...?? pics pls...



    Are you sure this is the part number you need..??

    FWIW I come up with an NSN# to cross it (this appears to be oil filled) NSN 5910012754857

    H80N
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    Last edited by H80N; 09-26-2016, 09:32 AM.

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  • Aeronca41
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    What do your caps look like? Are they flat square things (perhaps red or brown?) with colored dots on them? If so, an equivalent should be available from any electronics supply house. I can no longer remember how to read the color codes but have books I can look in if you can post a pic or describe them. There was often an arrow cast into the surface-it's direction is important to decoding the specs from the colored dots. Or are they new enough that some numbers are printed on them? New replacements will probably look different but will be fully functional replacements.

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